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The characteristics of "Nice Guys" are men who have difficulty setting boundaries in relationships with women and become doormats. The men often feel as helpless victims and seeing another person as the cause of problems. Many nice guys live life trying to gain approval for others.
Many nice guys did not have their needs met as boys. As a coping mechanism to try to get their needs met, they try to be nice. Later in life, Nice Guys apply the skills learned as a boy in dealing with women - by being nice - it does not work. When being nice does not work, the Nice Guys try to be even nicer.
Men need to set healthy boundaries in relationships with women. Avoiding conflicts in relationships is problematic - Women do not feel safe with a man they know they can push around. A woman wants to know you will stand up to her. That is how she will feel secure in the relationship. There is a catch - she has to test to see if she can trust you. When you set a boundary, she may strongly test and push against the boundary. She will tell you that you are wrong for having the boundary and do her best to find out if the boundary is for real. Generally, when women feel secure, they feel loved. When a man stands up to a woman, she believes he will likely stand up for her.Read more ›
This book fully described what I've been going through, told me how things got to be this way, and gave me concrete steps on how to change things. Since I've read it, my life has improved, I feel better, more powerful, and people are responding to me in a new way. If you're a guy walking through life feeling frustrated that you don't get the love, respect, and sex you deserve, you owe it to yourself to read this book.
Glover encourages the individual to take an assertive role in getting his needs met. He does not mince words, and says outright "you are the only person responsible for meeting your own needs." And the best way to make sure this happens is to take the direct route: express outright and honestly what it is you want, make your own needs a priority, and then pursue them (or ask for help). This is, of course, sound and commonsense psychology.Read more ›
Some of the concepts are explained up to three times. Repetition is a good learning tool, but I got a little tired of it. The chapter on masturbation doesn't sit well with me either. It seems unlikely to help in the way he describes.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Eye opener, I never thought someone could define myself so well. Now it is a matter of working on getting out of the syndrome. Great review and options.Published 5 days ago by Juan R. Pedraza
I didn't know what to think when a friend of mine bought me this book. Initially, I was confused. I didn't think there was anything wrong with being a "nice guy". Until I read Dr. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Bernie
If you are a "Nice Guy" this book will change your life for the better. It has certainly changed mine. It's clear, concise and well researched. Read morePublished 10 days ago by John DiDomenico
Annoying narration by a 'Noyce guy' and full of redundant examples, with very little guidance other than to join a 12-step program for 'Noyce guys' or to hire a psychologist. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Online Marketer
I cannot recommend this book enough. I feel like it was written for me! It is changing my life -- wish I would have read this years ago!Published 17 days ago by jp